Nothing like it left in Denver. True italian done right. Exceptional service, every time. Homemade sauces, nothing frozen, lots of garlic.
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This place was a surprise for me, because I'm used to the most traditional Italian cuisine, and Saucy Noodle has a touch of the American culture, which makes the food even richer, in my opinion. We started with a Caprese salad, which was delicious! Their...More
We tried this place due to the local talk about the great food. We had a few glasses of the Serra Barberra D'Alba. It as really great! I had the eggplant parmesan and my hubby got the caprese salad. We were both really pleased with...More
We have been driving past this "historic" restaurant and finally decides to give it a try. The old familiar decor was refreshing and set the stage. The waitress with her lengthy years of service very courteous. Until ... the salad dressing was extremely light so...More
This was my second visit to this marvelous small Italian restaurant located on University in Denver. My first trip was a wonderful experience so I had to do it again to validate my experience. The Caesar salad was crisp, homemade from the croutons to the...More
Although, really the food was quite bad. But the big problem was the server who acted like we didn't exist because we didn't know her. This restaurant expects people to act like locals and accept was the restaurant serves without question. It was very strange,...More
The sauce really is the main attraction here. It's delicious. Sometimes I take the leftover sauce home. You can't go wrong with the mozzarella sticks or any other item that will act as a sauce delivery system to your mouth. Don't hesitate. Go here now.
This restaurant is located close to the redefine of our daughter's family. We love to walk there amongst the ole neighborhood of Denver. Very family oriented but serves a wide variety of patrons. Good ole classic Italian at a reasonable price. House Chianti is tasty...More